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Howell, Kenneth 1913-1966

Works: 20 works in 23 publications in 1 language and 177 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Comedy films  Short films  Fantasy films  Christmas films  Western films  Action and adventure films  Television news programs  Fiction  Theater programs 
Roles: Actor, Author
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4375
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Publications about Kenneth Howell
Publications by Kenneth Howell
Publications by Kenneth Howell, published posthumously.
Most widely held works by Kenneth Howell
Shirley Temple shorts ( visu )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 85 libraries worldwide
Three short films featuring child-star Shirley Temple. Managed money: Mary Lou tries to help her older brother Sonny earn enough money to enter military school. Pardon my pups: When Sonny gets a puppy instead of a motorcycle for his birthday, he leaves home. His entire family, including Mary Lou, looks for him. Glad rags to riches: A nightclub singer must decide between a poor farm boy and the owner of her nightclub
Pride of the Bowery ( visu )
2 editions published between 1984 and 2001 in English and held by 35 libraries worldwide
An ambitious young boxer and his ne'er-do-well friends sign up for a stint in the Civilian Conservation Corps, with comedic results
Pardon my pups ( visu )
2 editions published between 1991 and 2007 in English and held by 22 libraries worldwide
This delightful short features everyone's favorite cherub, Shirley Temple. The story involves Temple and her brother Sonny, who has a terrible fear of dogs, and his father's insistence that he overcome his fear. Running away from home to escape his father's ire, Sonny discovers a lost dog, so he overcomes his fear and brings the animal home to nurse it back to health. When he shows the dog to his father, Sonny is ordered to take it to the pound to be destroyed; not knowing the dog belongs to one of his friends. Can Sonny's friend stop him in time to save the dog?
The Shirley Temple collection ( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Heidi: A Swiss orphan is heartbroken when she must leave her beloved grandfather and their happy home in the mountains to go to school and to care for an invalid girl in the city. Curly top: Edward Morgan, rich trustee of an orphanage, meets and is entranced with little Elizabeth and her older sister Mary. He adopts them and they come to adore Edward. As she grows older, however, Mary begins to fall in love with Edward, so Elizabeth decides to play matchmaker. Little Miss Broadway: A group of orphans live happily enough supporting themselves by performing in theatrical productions until a crabby old lady complains about the noise they make practicing
Pardon my pups (pues) ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
Sonny wants a motorcycle for his birthday. Pa wants him to have a hunting dog. When Sonny finds his own dog, the little mongrel, who is about to have pups, doesn't meet Pa's requirements. Shirley Temple has a small part as Sonny's younger sister
Family collection ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
The big trees: Douglas is at his brash and charming best as a rowdy, brawling lumberjack who abandons his roguish ways and some rather unscrupulous business practices when he falls in love with a beautiful young Quaker woman
Big business ( visu )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Swindlers attempt to make money by selling Mr. Jones and other townspeople unprofitable oil stock and shares in a bogus oil company, but they are driven out of town when their ploy is discovered
Something greater is here by Kenneth Howell( Book )
2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
What does a man do when he arrives at a place in his career where he is doing what he always wanted to do, only to find that he really wanted something more? In his mid-thirties Kenneth Howell was teaching in a Protestant seminary after nine years of Presbyterian ministry. After receiving the highest degree possible in his field, he was exactly where he wanted to be. The future looked very bright. But two nagging questions wouldn't let him alone. Is what he believes really true? Does he really understand what it means to be a Christian? And the second: is this all there is to being a Christian? Could there be a deeper spirituality out there that he had not yet encountered? Those questions kept Kenneth Howell up at night. He tried to avoid, ignore, and suppress them, but they wouldn't go away. He was faced with a tough choice. Either pursue the truth and the God of all truth with integrity and zeal, or sit back into a comfortable life of familiar places and familiar faces. He decided that he really had no choice. It was all or nothing. As he tried to answer these questions, Kenneth Howell began to find life more difficult, not easier. His pursuit of truth, goodness, and love gradually led him into a world he had only vaguely glimpsed from afar. It was a world filled with things he had always longed for. It was the fullness of truth
Hurry, Charlie, hurry ( visu )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
When business tycoon Daniel Boone Jennings bungles the elopement of his daughter Beatrice to bakery truck driver Jerry Grant, the snobbish Mrs. Boone is thrilled because she opposes the match. Mrs. Boone is determined to marry Beatrice to a member of the upper crust, and consequently, when Mrs. Georgia Whitley announces that she and her daughter Josephine are spending the weekend at the the country estate of Michael Prescott, she decides that the Boone family also should visit the country. To avoid spending time with the pompous Prescotts, Daniel pretends that a telegram he receives from his old friend, Horace Morris, inviting him to come fishing in Washington, Oklahoma, is really the Vice President summoning him to Washington, D.C. Daniel sets out for Washington wearing a top hat and fishing boots, and after he finds Chief Poison Arrow's son hiding in Horace's wagon, he is made an honorary member of the Indian tribe. Two weeks later, Daniel returns home and is greeted as a hero at the train station by reporters who think he was in Washington, D.C. discussing Indian affairs with Vice President Quimby. At the station, Mrs. Boone introduces her husband to their houseguest, the stodgy Michael Prescott, who she hopes will soon be her son- in-law. Upon arriving home, Daniel finds Poison Arrow and his companions, Wagon Track and Frozen Foot, smoking peace pipes in his study. They are followed by Horace, who has been sent to return the Indians to the reservation. When Mrs. Boone discovers her visitors, Daniel bluffs that the three were sent from Washington, D.C., prompting his wife to score a social coup by throwing a party for the Indians and Quimby. To placate his wife, Daniel dictates a telegram inviting Quimby to the party, then tears it up after she leaves his office. Unknown to Daniel, however, his secretary sends a copy of the invitation to Washington, D.C., Daniel plans to have Horace pose as Quimby, but when Horace is arrested on the night of the party, Jerry, who knows of the plan, decides to stand in for him. While Daniel goes to post Horace's bail, Jerry arrives at the party disguised as Quimby and is introduced to Beatrice, who recognizes him. Soon after, Daniel and Horace return home, and Horace goes upstairs to tidy up his disguise. Before he can make his entrance, however, Horace becomes locked in the bathroom and climbs out through the window. Daniel, unable to find Horace, hurriedly dresses as Quimby just as the real Vice President arrives and is seated at the dinner table. When Quimby excuses himself to take a phone call from Washington, D.C., Daniel, disguised as the Vice President, comes down the stairs and sees Horace and Jerry. The three imposters are arrested by Quimby's guards and taken to the Vice President. Amused by the deception, Quimby appoints Daniel to the Committee on Indian Affairs. When Daniel sighs that the only thing he really desires is for Prescott to disappear, his "blood brothers" kidnap the prig, clearing the way for Beatrice and Jerry to elope
Back to nature ( visu )
1 edition published in 1936 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
"When druggist John Jones plans to give the opening address at the Neighborhood Druggists' Association convention held on the 4th of July at Crystal Lake, his family of three sons, two daughters, wife and mother, insists that they be allowed to come along and convinces him to buy a trailer for the outing. After various mishaps occur on the first day of travel, the Jones family stops for the night to set up camp. John instructs his skeptical sons, Jack and Roger, on the proper way to build a fire, but succeeds only in filling the trailer with smoke. His teen-aged daughter Bonnie climbs a tree to escape a playful bearcub, of whom she is terrified, and she is greatly relieved when a stranger, Tom Williams, pulls the cub away. Williams, who tells the family that he was left behind by his train, fixes the stove in the trailer and successfully intercedes when a deputy sheriff threatens to fine John for building a fire in a restricted area. At Crystal Lake, Williams courts Bonnie, and Jack falls for a vacationing girl named Mabel, who has a penchant for fast boats and peppy music, while John prepares his speech and his bookish adolescent daughter Lucy attempts to write a novel. After Jack and Mabel stave a rented motorboat, the owner, Mr. Sweeney, allows Jack to spade a large plot of land to pay for the repairs. Jack tricks Roger, an extremely entrepreneurly-minded adolescent, into digging the plot to find Indian arrowheads to sell. Roger, displeased, sneaks up on Jack kissing Mabel and takes their picture. When he threatens to show the photo to the fellows back home, Jack is forced to agree to Roger's price for the negative. Meanwhile, a Department of Justice official comes looking for Williams, really a fugitive from the Illinois State Penitentiary named Silky Walker. After Williams tricks the unsuspecting Bonnie into leaving with him in the family car, Roger finds a typed farewell note. John, with Jack and Roger, borrows Mr. Sweeney's car, which he learns too late has no brakes, and chases Williams and Bonnie. After Bonnie threatens to jump and John, unwittingly, does not let Williams get around him, Williams stops the car and concedes defeat. The family learns that the farewell note was from Lucy's romantic manuscript, and on the trip home, after John points out that they should have nothing more to do with strangers, he nevertheless stops to pick up a lone boy hitchhiking, whose large family, hiding behind bushes, then pile into the trailer"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
1972 vehicle-miles and hours of travel in the greater Albuquerque area by Kenneth Howell( Book )
1 edition published in 1973 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Duke of York's Theatre, Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Daily at 2.30 ; [adapted for the stage by Nancy Price] by England) Duke of York's Theatre (London( Book )
1 edition published in 1934 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Suspension and exclusion rates for Aboriginal students in Western Australia by John Gardiner( Article )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Presents results of study of suspension and exclusion rates in government schools in Western Australia in 1992 and 1993 for Aboriginal students
Henry Aldrich for president ( visu )
1 edition published in 1941 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Jones family in love on a budget ( visu )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
On their own ( visu )
1 edition published in 1940 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Comedy set in a bungalow court in California
Sweater girl ( visu )
1 edition published in 1942 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
You who fear him by Kenneth Howell( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Four Day's wonder ( visu )
1 edition published in 1936 in No Linguistic Content and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Family classics ( visu )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
The big trees: Unscrupulous timber baron Jim Fallon plans to take advantage of a new law and make millions off California redwoods, but much of the land he hopes to grab has been homesteaded by a Quaker colony. An expert at manipulating others, Fallon suddenly finds that the love of a pretty Quaker girl is tempering his greed, and forcing him to stand on the side of the Quakers against other men who also want the giant trees
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Alternative Names
Howell, Ken, 1913-1966
Howell, Kenneth, 1917-
Kenneth Howell acteur américain
Kenneth Howell Amerikaans acteur (1913-1966)
Kenneth Howell amerikanischer Schauspieler
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